BSN program costs, 2022-23 academic year
All fees are subject to change without prior notification.
The amounts shown here represent, for planning purposes, estimates of tuition and fees for the BSN degree. Final costs are subject to change without notice and may differ from the amounts posted.
|Budget items||Cost||Fee type|
|Quarterly tuition (includes U-PASS fee)||$4,081/resident
|CastleBranch account (for immunization tracking)||$35||One-time|
|SoN background check||$89/initial
|CPR training or renewal||$65||Every two years|
|Health Sciences Building Access/Photo ID fee||$20||One-time|
|Proctorio fee||Up to $100||One-time|
|Student health fee||$67||Annual|
|Clinical course/Learning Lab fees (for consumables)||$200||Quarterly|
|North Puget Sound Clinical Placement Consortium fee||$100||Annual|
*BSN students must maintain up-to-date immunizations. Costs will vary depending on insurance status and the number of immunizations required annually.
Additional costs to consider
Remember to factor in additional costs as a UW student, including:
- Books and supplies
- Housing and food
- Personal expenses
- Local transportation
For more information, see the average undergraduate student budget provided by the UW Office of Financial Aid.
Scholarships & financial support
Various types of financial support, including scholarships, grants, loans, and employment, are available to support nursing students during their programs of study.